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Kirby no Omochabako
カービィのおもちゃ箱
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Developer(s): HAL Laboratory
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Super Famicom (Satellaview)
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Copyrights: ©1996 Nintendo/©1996 HAL Laboratory
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February 8, 1996

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Kirby no Omochabako, meaning Kirby's Toy Box is a Kirby series side series of ten minigames, originally distributed via the Satellaview service hosted by St. GIGA. Although they are no longer officially available to download, an individual game can still be played a limited number of times for users who downloaded it on to an 8M Memory Pack.

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The ten minigames include Baseball, Hoshi Kuzuri (translation: "Star Breaker"), Arrange Ball, Guru Guru Ball (translation: "(going around and around) Ball"), Pachinko, Pinball, Ball Rally, Cannonball as well as a demos of the Samurai Kirby and Megaton Punch sub-games from Kirby Super Star.

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